HDSA Introduces 10-Part HD CME Series

HDSA Announces New 10-Part Continuing Medical Education Series on HD for Physicians

 

To help increase the number of medical professionals who are trained to work with people with Huntington's disease, HDSA has created a series of 10 Continuing Medical Education Modules on aspects of HD: These CME modules are free. If you know a physician who would be interested in learning more about HD please ask them to visit: www.hdsa.org/hd-101.html    to sign up for the initial viewings of the series. Once the series has been completed it will be available on-line. HDSA collaborated with WEMOVE.org as the accrediting organization.

 

The following is the WEMOVE.org release on the series.:

 

 

WE MOVE & the Huntington's Disease Society of America Present "HD 101: Understanding and Treating Huntington's Disease"

WE MOVE and the Huntington's Disease Society of America (HDSA) are pleased to announce a series of 10 online educational activities (webinars) designed to assist physicians in understanding and treating Huntington's disease.

 

Activities will take place the evenings of July 26th, August 2nd, August 9th, August 16th, August 23rd and August 30th and will include didactic presentations plus live question and answer sessions. All activities will be archived on the HDSA website and available for CME credit after the live events.

These web-based CME activities are designed to offer expert knowledge about Huntington's disease (HD) to primary care providers and family practitioners who provide care to people with HD at the local level. They also target neurologists and psychiatrists who are not familiar with HD.  The activities will address the natural history of the disease, genetics of HD, the psychiatric, neuropsychological and motor symptoms of the disease with
treatment options, Juvenile onset HD, assembling a team based care team, research and clinical trials for people with HD and documenting disability for a person with HD.

WE MOVE & HDSA invite you to register for one or all 10 of these events. Click here: www.hdsa.org/cmehd101

Presenters for these CME activities are:
.       Kevin Biglan, MD HDSA Center of Excellence; University of

        Rochester
.       Tom Bird, MD, HDSA Center of Excellence; University of

        Washington
.       Samuel Frank, MD, Boston University
.       Martha Nance, MD, HDSA Center of Excellence; Hennepin

        County Medical Center 
.       Jane Paulsen, PhD, HDSA Center of Excellence; University of

        Iowa
.       Adam Rosenblatt, MD, Virginia Commonwealth University
.       Vicki Wheelock, MD, HDSA Center of Excellence; University

        of California, Davis Medical Center 

Accreditation Statement and CME Information
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the Joint Sponsorship of WE MOVE  and the Huntington's Disease Society of America. WE MOVE is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

WE MOVE designates each of these 10 live online educational activities for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsT. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with their extent of participation in the activity.

Funding Statement
WE MOVE & HDSA acknowledge educational grants from Lundbeck, Griffin Foundation and the HDSA through which we are able to produce this activity and provide CME credit to physicians.

 
 
 
   
 
 
       

 

   

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